Category Archives: Louison O’Murphy

Sad Day In the Life of A Nymphomaniac

From Casanova on, generations of Art critics and historians fantasized about this drawing of Francois Boucher. Who is she? One of the girls from Parc-aux-Cerfs, the nympho-harem of Louis XV? It had even been published under the title of Louise O’Murphie! The were others who voted for … Continue reading

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My Investigation: I think I’m following somebody

Today I went out to snoop around the Old Versailles. I had two addresses, one approximate and the other exact: the approximate is at the cross of Tournelles and Saint-Mederic: there was located a house of young girls whose looks were … Continue reading

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